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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Farmers pay more tax fSee story on page 3 Work too i too little 4 Plagues both East and West By DAVID STEINBERG New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK Employment too much or too little of it is plaguing both sides of the Atlantic with almost equal severity In the US the prob lem is nagging unemployment too many workers for too few jobs In Europes industrialized na tions the issue is reversed too many jobs for too few work ers For both the manpower question is a perilous strain on economic growth Europes critical labor short age which threatens to uncork unprecedented inflation stems directly from its spectacular rehabilitation since 1948 In the last 15 years warborn man power surpluses have been absorbed so effectively by mushrooming economies that German French Swiss Swed ish and Benelux industries often are forced to defer vital ex pansion pending the availability of labor To meet the inflationary chal lenge of worker shortages these Says pipe caused sinking Of Asub Thresher ABOARD THE USS WAR iRINGTON naval sub marine officer said Thursday hc felt a bursting pipe caused the sinking of the submarine FEOM OUR WIRE SERVICES Thrcshw with 129 men aboard r i i Carjt Frank A Andrews JlUdentS demand commander of submarine de QTmT c T velopment group II to which bLUUL bouth Korea the Thresher was assigned said who played u the tragedy will prompt the1 major role in the 1960 jNavy to examine two key asj u UT pecls in test diving techniques and thej design of nuclear powered sub The newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors X MASON CITY GLOBEG VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 18 1963 ClOc copy No 59 revolt which ousted form er President Rhee demanded Thurs day that South Koreas military regime restore civil rule marines Andrews is in charge of the search for the Threshers hull in Atlantic waters 220 miles least of Cape Cod i It sometimes takes some thing tragic like this to really idealize material weaknesses will urge the United hc said Andrews said a pipe carrying circulating salt water to cool To urge US 1 i i I I States to abandon control of the Canal Zone and 0 turn the strip back to the pumps and motors Panamanians David Sa snapped under pressure Hej mudio planning director said Thursday Delay strike OSLO mediators won a post mat ponement Thursday of to surface and sank as strikes and lockouts the weighl of the hul1 increased which had threatened to idle 150000 of Norways L said water probably flashed through a compartment per haps striking an electric board land short circuiting the power i supply Andrew s theorized the Thresher could not blow water out of her ballast tanks fast An implosion Woman welcomed BEIRUT Lebanon The Lebanese Parliament welcomed its first wo man member Thursday a pretty brunette with oiiurieigcs in CSC t European countries looked to children At 25 Mirnii tap new labor pools The result El Khazen is also the has been a change of European youngest member social structure and demogj Compromise on Regents budget bid DES MOINES APA joint HouseSenate appropriations sub committee voted Thursday to give State Board of Regents hardhitting recruitment drivesrnillion for operating expenses in to import workers from lesseach of the next two years developed European nations This is S32 million more than raphy First phase of the quest for new workers brought the part time and moonlight concepts to the continent as nations at tempted to pry greater produc tivity from their own labor forces Next the housefrau was lured from the kitchen to the factory But the stopgap meas ures failed to fill the job bill Then came the dramatic sec ond step Laborshort govern ments and companies opened bursting i n w a r d probably occurred 1 million workers Friday i within the hull Andrews said j Andrews said he based his theory in part on talks with Capt Deane Axcne a onetime commanding officer of the Thresher Andrews said the present test diving techniques have got to be He said subma rines may have to test dive at higher submerged speeds for better control The Thresher he said prob ably conducted a test dive at a relatively slow speed which is the current technique in test dives Had the Thresher been going at high speed she might have been able to overcome rapid flooding by planing to thc sur face he said TORNADO HITS HOUSE Looking like a doll house with one wall removed is this dwelling which east of Kankakee Twister did widesnreid was damaged by tornado m Exline about five miles in the northern Illinois ami adjacent Indiana Meredith asks for family living quarters North Iowa Variable cloudi ness with occasional showers and thunderstorms Thursday night warmer lows 30 north to near 40 south Partlj cloudy and a little warmer DES MOINES UPI Theiincreases in the sales use percation of House rules knocked cloudy and a little wi Iowa House scuttled its amcndjsonal income and corporation down their motions Goodes Friday highs in low 60s mentbattered omnibus tax inj income tax levies Several other only comment was that he crease package Thursdayincreases in minor taxes hadfthought the debate cutoff would a Vanablc cloudiness with s cnKcJitntrt I m i sbruvnrc nnr7 fhim From cmcr could of Europe u European nations Tins is S32 million more than UAbOKD Miss iT IMOVLU swnuy to simsu these campaigns has recommended by Democratic Gov IH Meredith has applied for Ulte a Providing only for in ged a population flow thatHarold nearly 5 milQuarters for married studentscrcases in hc salcs uso and thc elusive House lion under the regents request for summer term at thc taxes Jr0pG There was no breakdown on how aiississPP il was The vote to substitute the ic institutions under the RnnrH rcPorted Thursday impasuro intrnHnmH KV j v 11 n 11 i L 111 j n t un mjijulL v U L U11 and adopted a substitute revjbcen added onto the bill a good idea and Mensinq enuc measure endorsed by leadjnesday observed that itwas tlio firs crs in both the House and Sen1 Its growing late in the sestimc in 11 years that he had ate sionbut I believe weve got tomadc such a motion j After a stormy 21hours the jamGS House moved swiftly to substi House rules do not permit any occasional showers and thun derstorms Thursday night warmer lows 30 north to up per 10s south Friday partly cloudy highs in the 60s Fur outlook Mostly sunny member who has participated am slightly warmer Satur in the debate to offer a shut ciav 200 left without homes Tornadoes rip Kankakee area By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j Tornadoes and damaging thun der storms ripped across areas in Illinois Indiana and Michigan Thursday One person was killed scores were injured and property w a s extensive Some 200 persons were mada temporarily homeless The hardest hit region was in the area of Kankakee 111 a city of some 25000 about 45 miles south of Chicago A tornado cut a path 300 yards wide and 3 miles long first striking on the edge of Kankakee and skipping into near by Bourbonnais and five other communities Bourbonnais a community of 3335 suffered the heaviest prop erty damage estimated at mil lion by Leon Biandette village president Sandra Uivard 24 was killed as she fled from her home with her threemonth old daugh er The infant and some 60 other persons in the area were injured 10 seriously About 200 persons were forced from their wrecked and damaged homes The storm caused extensive damage to build ings on the campus of Olivet Col lege The twister moved eastward into northern Indiana across northern Jasper County injuring 18 persons and causing an esti mated damage to prop erly Three of the injured were reported in critical condition All of the injured live near Gifford 10 miles northeast of Rensselaer Lesser damage from wind storms were reported in Monroe County Mich where electricity was cut off to about 1000 homes rornadic winds hit near Cold water overturning a trailer and seriously injuring the only occu pant Asa E Weaver 8G The violent weather was caused by the clash of warm moist air from the Gulf and the cool air moving south from Canada Near blizzard conditions reported in Flagstaff Ariz with strong winds snow and tempera tures in the 20s The snow spread into parts of Utah Idaho Colo rado and Wyoming Light rain fell during the night and early morning along a warm front from the Lower Great Lakes region to southern New England Generally fair weather prevailed in ttie Southeast the northern Plains and the Upper Mississippi Valley According to the Organization the institutions under the DES MOINES UPI off motion Thc only way such a licandominated Iowa jmotion is acceptable is when1 Mmnesota Partlv cloudy south umy TO me organization i nviti LUU oujm j niLcmmi UUIUIIULUU ov ucps for Economic Cooperation andSof Re8cnts would spend the 29 Pad a S25 dejLawrcncc Carstensen RClin Dcvelopment more than 2 Tne board win with0511 m or llvmS ciuariton and Jonn Camp RBryant lion European workers legislative subcommittee nextters ln thc veterans unit onwas fi037 their bread in countries otheriUeck with a breakdown on The lower chamber then beJ taxes than their own While the OECD the reSents would spend the ot quarters for gan takjng up some other ininor desrrihps the ey ithc summer term w Republican dominated Iowa jmotion is acceptable is when House Thursday rebuffed the member who has remained Democratic Gov Harold isilent on the issue rises to Hughes by defeating 7127 a proposal to set up a withhold ing system for state income describes the migrations made until May l ill not be On the inside temporary and linked to the The Board of Regents super shortrun economic needs of thevises state educational institul receiving countries it also isjtions including the University ofi true that most laborhungry at Iowa City Iowa State tions see greater strains aheadUniversity at Ames State and many offer citizenship to of Iowa at Cedar Falls Iowa imported workers j Braille and SightSaving School all CubGazette Italy is the biggest supplier vinton the Sanatorium atj of new wishes and Germany and th School fori Sociftv NPU is the largest employer The thc Deaf at Council Bluffs OECD estimates there are well The committee turned down 06 North lows News 5 KhV10 at limc wnultl over 700000 nonnationals workin recommendation to provide S48 Latest Markets if IP u n VX c an admsson of complete dc ing in Germany Most came1 million annuallv for the inti Mason Citv News 7 I P RHcn foat hv thc majority party and from Italy many from Spain Unions After this failed the1 Ernies 8 flhat the omjyou know I donf want that to now the secondranking was 123 for the S50 million Lake News II rereferred to the be the case Democrat William exporter and about onesixthappropriations Classified Ads 70 li IT of Dcs Moincs from Greece Strangely while Thp hl1 proved for facetiously I move the Republican party tax proposals which previously move the previous question Rep William Darrington It Persia finally got the motion west rain ending southeast and rain and snow continuing north Friday Highs in the 40s GlobeGazette Weather Data 111 11 tUll vi njijuvi Y LTd liH accepted by Nadcn and it to 8 am Thursday approved by a nonrecorded House vote had been tacked onto the omniface up to our responsibility n i nf c i bus bill drafted by the ways andand I dont believe wed be fac Schcrlcs motion means committee iing up to our responsibility by coulc Put to a Mowry Thc caucuses were called as a irereferring this Mowry arcalled for a recess and the wide breach developed in thegued House shouted its approval The ranks of thc Republican major Democrats joined in the dcSeparate Republican and Dcmo ity and one member urged his bate and actually brought forth i colleagues to get off a nightthe suggestion that a caucusos mansh treadmill caucus be held in an effort The squabble broke into the heal the intraparty breach Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 68 27 39 65 38 Hughes says Spaniards and Italians migrate j apparently without preference to Switzerland Germany or France almost all Greeks head for Germany Switzerlands 645000 foreign Tvorkers constitute onequarter of her total labor force France is the third largest importer Sweden has a corner on the Scandinavian market where her I highpaying benefitladen in dustrics have attracted 127 OOo Norwegians Danes and Finns1 who can cross borders without so much as a work permit In Belgium foreigners comprise per cent of the nations coal miners I Everyone seems to be a ner in the ebb and tide of Euroj pean labor populations The un employed of lessdeveloped na tions find goodpaying jobsj Pinched industries get workers at the optimum time and place J Exporting countries are relieved of surplus labor which pre sumably will return to its homo land when called with now and needed skills Exporting coun tries also are likely to profit handsomely from paychecks that workers abroad send home to thrir families And so the search intensifies and expands German French and Swiss recruiters now are active in Portugal and Turkey ihavc a caucus and make up its i mind on the subject Denman added i The House beat down one mo tion to shut off debate on Scherles motion in order lo No danger in betting DES MOINES UPn Goviment to the omnibus tax pack Kennedy silent on steel NEW YORK The steel industry was in the mopup staga today of its first successful drive for a significant price increase since 1958 AH but a comparative handful of steel firms had posted mark ups mostly averaging three per cent or less on a narrow range of bigtonnage products The rear guard was failing in line rapidly There was still no direct word on their actions from President Kennedy beyond qualified recogni tion a week ago that some boosts probably were justifiable and a caution to steelmen against going too far However the President kept in close touch throughout He was expected to be drawn out on his lews in an appearance Friday efore the American Society of Newspaper Editors Tile character and of ruled out of order by in without any The te operations port moving into the state ceived encouraged Meyer to ft took ci9hf days for the initial Both Reps Dewcy Goixie wouldnt bo like legalizing continue h i s fight to Whetlin Siel BIoomfield and A L Mensing roulette wheels Hughes told t h e betting system whicJi heCorP to spread nu iRLowden marie the mistake of his news conference said would considerably to evenly through the industrv Tho lion Xaden making severe applito tuel county fairs in addition to lie stale fair tht arc laro otunih sttlI3tlon at his conin rollback wtthm T2 hours rcommodatc the parinui ani sadclcsPitc a lhe rf this operations However he drvo Iowa ap wr let some questions that 4 1 rjvit I i t i UiCi nvht iwevor 110 jt Nicholas wont buy fourth chair p rob ably be necessary to Instead of being on the bars TnT amend the state ronstitution in liquor is now in pitchers bot AMES LPDOuigoms Iowa order to legalize the bottin sys ties jars and cans under the Highway Commissioner William tern bars Hushes said H Nicholas withdrew his moHultman h a ssiiod an in Huqhes released a bureau of tion to buy the chair ho had tllnl f criminal invostication report cupied When he saw othcr by show inhat stato nonts had missioners wrre not coin to P vm nUuuorso nuuio undercover approve Nicholas who already v10 1Uo nons throuh April D The governor ictusivelv on NOT ALL has three state chairs from his The governor said the investi AP 1S licltonant govcri However Meyer has said he Wtwns in IS r Texas finan Kstes had helped finance ediuation of statf repwould push for passage of Ins n which liquor ro f 10 Ho minpled freely wth annual lecture ttoukln iroom anyway bl rAltXt 0lUl a I Christian Institute a private school for tSchuul officials satil Xegro children series there SAME 11 oni Virlmal VijureO lu Hours   

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